Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Today’s threat detection systems are highly effective for most attacks however no single system can detect 100 percent of attacks all the time. In response, security teams are turning to proactive threat hunting to help find the bad actors in their environment that have slipped past initial defenses.
Join AT&T Cybersecurity to see how you can use the AT&T Alien Labs Open Threat Exchange (OTX™), among the world’s largest open threat-sharing communities, along with free malware and threat analysis tools to improve your threat hunting program.
In this webinar, we’ll cover:
- New features in OTX for threat hunting, including how to submit suspicious files and URLs for analysis
- Enhanced functionality for our indicator of compromise (IoC) extraction tool, which now includes the ability to auto-extract indicators from emails and PCAP files
- How OTX can help you quickly identify and investigate new and evolving threat trends
- How Alien Labs is using analytics and machine learning for threat analysis that is then fed back into the OTX community
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Chris Doman, Principle Information Security Engineer, AT&T Alien Labs™
Chris had a long interest in security but joined the industry after winning the civilian section of the Department of Defense's forensics competition. He runs a popular threat intelligence portal (ThreatCrowd.org) in his spare time, and hold a CCHIA (Certified Host Intrusion Analyst) from CREST and a degree in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge.
Tawnya Lancaster, Lead Product Marketing Manager, AT&T Cybersecurity
Tawnya joined AlienVault as a Senior Product Marketing Manager in 2018. Previously, she served as the Director of Global Communications for Skybox Security, where she specialized in cybersecurity thought leadership for the vulnerability and threat management and firewall and security policy management space. She graduated from Oregon State University with a B.A. in English and has received certification in Stanford’s Professional Publishing course, an intensive program for established publishing and communication professionals.
Amy Pace, Lead Product Marketing Manager, AT&T Alien Labs™
Amy is Lead Product Development Manager for AT&T Cybersecurity Open Threat Exchange (OTX). She has over 15 years of hands-on experience in information technology and security, holding leadership roles in Sales Engineering, Technical Sales Enablement, Product Management, and Product Marketing. Prior to joining AT&T / AlienVault, she worked at NSS Labs, heading up the Product Marketing team for their cloud security platform.